Difference between Code Mixing and Code Switching

Payal Khullar

Payal Khullar is a Linguist, who loves reading and writing, amongst other things. Graduate Honors in Botany and Masters in Linguistics, she is currently enrolled in the Ph.D. Computational Linguistics Program at IIIT Hyderabad.

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23 Responses

  1. Shubham Kundu says:

    Amazing material… It covers all the aspects around the concept. I loved it

  2. blessing says:

    really helpful….Thanks

  3. Robinson says:

    a day before oral defense comprehension and i read this , really helpfull thank you . 🙂

  4. Ahmad Abdulrajib says:

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  6. Benedict says:

    This is amazing cause it’s well explanatory. Kudos

  7. Adenike says:

    I really love this,so helful

  8. Imran Khan says:

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  9. Debbie says:

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  10. Debbie says:

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  11. Nombulelo says:

    Thank you so much

  12. Billy says:

    It’s a great a piece. Could you explain the effect of co- switch on the second learners or non native speakers of the language.

    • Payal Khullar says:

      Hi Billy. Code Switching involves two codes/languages – generally one of these is the native language and the other non-native. This is a language choice that the speakers, both first or second language learners, make to create a pragmatic effect. Hope this helps.

  13. Adwitee says:

    Waw it’s very helpful for me
    Thank you

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